I had a couple of hours in one of my favorite birding spots: Yampa River Preserve--just down and across the road from Carpenter Ranch. I saw about 40 species. There probably aren't better places to see catbirds and willow flycatchers (two calling) in the state. I didn't see anything unexpected but I always enjoy the density of birds: cedar waxwings, Swainson's thrushes, kingfisher, western wood peewees, an abundance of yellow warblers and song sparrows, lazuli buntings, western tanagers, black-headed grosbeaks, etc.
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